Terms and Conditions

  1. The MAKE MY COURSE competition is open to residents of Australia, New Zealand or Singapore who are employees of companies with operations in one or more of those countries.
  2. Entry to the competition requires completion and submission of the online form at www.e3learning.com/makemycourse by midnight (AEST) on 27 October 2017. Each submission will be automatically acknowledged by email. It is the responsibility of entrants to provide a correct email address and other contact details in their entry submission.
  3. Multiple entries are allowed for different online course ideas by the same individual and/or organisation. Subsequent entries for the same online course idea by the same individual and/or organisation will be disregarded.
  4. This competition is a ‘game of skill’, and entries will be judged on the unique and intrinsic value of the online course idea entered – both for the organisation of the entrant and for other organisations in the same industry sector and/or other organisations with similar cross-industry online training needs.
  5. Three prizes will be awarded:
    1. The first prize is the development of the winning online course idea by e3Learning, with the opportunity for the winning entrant (or their nominee from the same organisation) to be involved in its design and production. In addition, the entrant’s organisation will have free access for its employees and/or contractors to access the course at no charge for a period of 12 months from its availability via e3Learning’s website portal.
    2. The second prize is no-cost access for the entrant’s organisation to an existing course of their choice from e3Learning’s Ready2Deploy library for up to 10,000 licenses and/or contractors for a period of 12 months commencing 1 January 2018.
    3. The third prize is no-cost access for the entrant’s organisation to an existing course of their choice from e3Learning’s Ready2Deploy library for up to 10,000 licenses and/or contractors for a period of 12 months commencing 1 January 2018.
  6. Entries will be judged by a panel of representatives of e3Learning, Australian HR Institute (AHRI), the National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA), LinkedIn and Kineo. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The organiser (e3Learning) reserves the right to change the judging panel at any time in the competition period.
  7. Final judging will take place in Australia in the month of November 2017. All entrants will be advised of the three winning entries before 30 November 2017. Winners will be announced via email and on e3Learning’s social media channels and on the e3Learning website.
  8. The first prize winner will be required to engage with e3Learning to commence the development of their winning online course idea before 1st December 2017. All intellectual property created during the creation of the winning online course will be retained by e3Learning, whether or not the winner (or their organisation) takes part in its development.
  9. Second and third prize winners will be required to select their organisation’s chosen online course from e3Learning’s Ready-to-Deploy library by 30th January 2018.
  10. Online course access by all winners will be subject to e3Learning’s Terms and Conditions, available on request.
  11. Prizes are of no commercial value but represent services delivered by e3Learning at no cost. Prizes are not convertible to cash.